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Free Music from Josh Whelchel
News posted 26th November, 2007 by Rikus  
Here you go folks straight from from Josh:

Comments from the author: The Spirit Engine was the first freeware video game to sell both physical and digital copies of its soundtrack. Currently in development, "The Spirit Engine 2" features a soundtrack that lives up to this reputation. To celebrate, Mark Pay (developer of The Spirit Engine) and I decided to release music that was created during the development of the sequel but has since been replaced due to new resources. The Spirit Engine 2 - Premonitions is a four volume collection of music inspired by The Spirit Engine, and contains nearly two full hours of free music across 92 tracks. The first volume of music (19 tracks, ~28min) will be released, for free, on December 7th, 2007
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Posted by Ski 26th November, 2007

lol, It looks like a Hogwarts badge
 
Posted by 27th November, 2007

Save the story will probably turn out to be more interesting
 
Posted by MasterM 27th November, 2007

Josh Whechel once sent me The Spirit Engine soundtrack on CD because I won it
 
Posted by DeadmanDines 27th November, 2007

Um. Is this MP3 then, or mid?
 
Posted by Tim 27th November, 2007

oo my bday
 
Posted by Dr. James MD 27th November, 2007

Happy birthday ^^
 
Posted by DaVince 27th November, 2007

MIDI? For The Spirit Engine? I don't think so, or at least not MIDI files being released...
 
Posted by Dustin Gunn 27th November, 2007

TSE had MOD music not midi
 
Posted by Ski 27th November, 2007

HAPPY BDAY TIM!
 
Posted by Tim 27th November, 2007

noo silly - on the 7th
 
Posted by Johnny Look 27th November, 2007

happy birthday
 
Posted by Tim 27th November, 2007


 
Posted by Josh Whelchel 27th November, 2007

This will be an mp3 release. (:
 
Posted by Eight Bit Battle Cat 29th November, 2007

so i guess if i've never heard of this "spirit engine" game i've been living under a rock for the past couple of years ?
 
Posted by Tim 29th November, 2007

Prrrrrrretty much
 


 



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